Thread regarding Collins Aerospace layoffs

3 weeks of waiting…

January 2nd is the day some of us will find out we no longer have a job. A little over 3 weeks to worry and stress while trying to remain productive. Do they really think I (or anyone for that matter) can remain productive while faced with the knowledge I could be on the chopping block?

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Post ID: @OP+18kQ3Is4

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There was small group of employees being layoff from Singapore site recently.

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Post ID: @gpkr+18kQ3Is4

I've been told March will be another round of layoffs!! Not big as last one but one is too many. Good luck out there.

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Post ID: @bbig+18kQ3Is4

Hahahahahahahaha. Collins is a joke and so is its leadership. No accountability, period!

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Post ID: @awyi+18kQ3Is4

no first reply was just an adult.

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Post ID: @4atr+18kQ3Is4

I would like to address this reply to the first reply in the string ! you are apparently one of the overpaid under performing low level supervisors of Collins! this company has taken peoples dignity , striped them of their earnings taken away their Merit raises , while the CEO of Raytheon Technologies is collecting millions . Collins has stripped production of staffing, while assigning employees to areas of production that they’re not trained to complete timely therefore setting up for frustration and failure while the culture of the company is “you should feel fortunate that you have a job “ what a crock , All the while taking payroll banks away. Expecting Grunts to work through illness and take vacation time for Covid testing .

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Post ID: @3mhe+18kQ3Is4

Look at the news article. It specifically says 65 people will be laid off on 1-2-2021....

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Post ID: @1iwq+18kQ3Is4

Find a new job if you are that uncomfortable???? What rock are you hiding under????? Jobs are not just there for the pickings these days......you must be someone in leadership who just doesn’t give a f— :-(

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Post ID: @1mzk+18kQ3Is4

January 2nd makes no sense. I'm sorry but whoever told you that is just stirring the pot. If Collins wanted to save costs in 2021, they would do it so that the burden hits 2020, not 2021. Historically, Collins has laid off around late November or early December. I don't see any additional layoffs (unless a plant is very unprofitable), until the last month of Q1.

I don't understand the worry though. Just find a new job if you are THAT uncomfortable.

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